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EAST TURKISTAN, THE FORGOTTEN COUNTRY(10.02.2017)

East Turkistan, The Forgotten Country

There exist the Pamir Mountains and Karakum Desert in the south and the Altay Mountains in the north of East Turkistan constituting the east area of Turkistan which means the land where Turkish live. East Turkistan had been founded in the Middle Asia and become the centre of Turkish states and khanates through its long history. This Turkish homeland, which became a centre of The Scythians between 8 and 3rd centuries B.C., Huns between 300 B.C. and 93 A.C., Gokturk Empire between 522 and 744, Uyghur Empire between 744 and 840, The Karakhanid Empire between 751 and 870, is shaping an important place in Turkish history. There was a period of peace when very important cul...


OBAMA: PROMISES, BROKEN PROMISES AND COMPROMISES IN US FOREIGN POLICY(5.01.2017)

Obama: Promises, Broken Promises and Compromises in US Foreign Policy

United States of America has a new president elect Donald Trump and Barrack H. Obama has a few days to leave the Office. Obama is a high profile democratic president with a Harvard degree and intellectual background in comparison to Trump. When it comes to keeping up with the promises, no intellectual background is a warrant. So happened with Obama in his two terms.One of the promises Obama kept is ending the war in Iraq which his predecessor had started. It was a war going nowhere, economically and politically putting the US into trouble. However US army is not totally out of the region yet. With its highest number of 180.000  in 2008, it has still got 5.300  soldiers ...


CHINESE SEIZURE OF THE US UNMANNED SUBMARINE AND INTERNATIONAL LAW(1.01.2017)

Chinese Seizure of the US Unmanned Submarine and International Law

On the 15th of December 2016, a navy ship that belongs to China seized a research submarine belonging to the US’ Navy in high seas. In a statement made by the American Department of Defence, it has been expressed that an unmanned submarine used to measure sea temperature and marine salt levels has been intercepted by a Chinese navy ship 50 miles off Subic Bay near the Philippines. In the same statement it was remarked that a notification is clearly written on top of the submarine expressing that it belonged to the United States, and that it should not be taken out of the sea ? yet the Chinese navy ship seized it nevertheless. Immediately afterwards the incident, the United St...


THE RESULTS OF RUSSIAN WITHDRAWAL FROM THE ROME STATUTE(12.12.2016)

The Results of Russian Withdrawal from the Rome Statute

It was expressed in a statement made by the International Criminal Court that Russian annexation of Crimea is a military crisis between Russia and Ukraine, and that with this act Russia violated the territorial integrity of Ukraine. In return, Russia announced on 16.11.2016 the withdrawal of its signature from the Rome Statute, the foundational treaty of the International Criminal Court, which Russia signed as a founding member in 2000. Although Russia had signed the Rome Statute, it had never become a party to it as the treaty was never approved within the Russian Parliament. In other words, as Russia never carried out the legal transactions which would make the Stat...


REFLECTIONS OF THE CHOI SOON-SIL SCANDAL IN ASIAN COUNTRIES (24.11.2016)

Reflections of the Choi Soon-sil Scandal in Asian Countries

A bizarre scandal about the Korean President Park Geun-hye shakes the South Korean society. Choi Soon-sil, an old friend of the president, allegedly used her connection with Park to extort money from largest corporations as well as abuse of power and corruption activities.President Park Geun-hye apologized recently that she accepts a prosecution investigation into the Choi Soon-sil scandal.Most of the Asian countries are also attentively following the developments and criticizing the situation.The Times of India announced the situation in South Korea by naming the scandal as corruption allegation: “…In Friday’s (November 4th) televised apology, Park commented on the corruption al...


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